Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Classic Bestsellers

It's been a while since I've bought a new book so I finally paid a visit to the bookstore today. I was actually looking for a McNaught or Deveraux book but I didn't find anything interesting enough stories on the rack so I tried to look for something else. And then, in the deepest darkest corners of the bookstore, something caught my eye.

Wuthering Heights is a popular classic book by Emily Bronte. Although I find it hard reading classics because my vocab is not that rich but I love how it teaches me a lot about writing especially in using certain words. And it's a classic one so you can never go wrong with it. It is actually just a mid-thick book but the fonts are really small so I think it may take time before I get to finish this one. I'll give you my reviews once I'm done with it.

Who wants to join me?

 After the bookstore, I decided I wanted to get some grubs so I went to Teriyaki Boy. Since the last time I was there which I blogged about here, I wasn't able to try on their sushi so the choice was a definite one. Usually, when I try on something new, I always go for the bestseller so I went for their Philly Cheese Steak Roll. 

And this time, I opted to use the chopsticks and I think I'm getting better at it.haha. Anyway, I didn't know what to expect but when I tried it out, it was actually really good and I thought I was actually going to finish all of it. It was also a good time for me to get a taste of the first few pages of the book and I'm already learning a lot of new words. Yay!!

So, have you tried anything new today? I'd love to hear it!



  1. hi biang! thank you the very inspirational message that you left on my blog post. i'm glad to know that i've somehow inspired you as well in your own quest in blogging. just hang on in there and truly enjoy what you do. don't blog for fame or for others but do it because you know it pleases you and it rings true about you. :)

    i followed you on GFC btw!


  2. I don't even know how to use chopsticks! Haha! Enjoy reading the book. :)